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Stacey Dash rape controversy; Bad nasty girls deserve it

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Stacey Dash rape controversy: Setting back the women’s movement 40 years back and then some…

Clueless actress (in more ways than one…) Stacey Dash has stoked controversy after being invited to participate on FOX show, Outnumbered’ to talk with female students from the University of Virginia where she told if women want to avoid sexually predatory behavior, ‘they ought to avoid parties to prohibit sexual violence.’

The actress would also add that it would be ‘a good thing for the girls…to be told to stay home, be safe.’ (Dash had to be corrected for calling them girls and not women.).

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But it was when the actress came out with this golden nugget that the entire feminist movement and progress that has been achieved in the last 40 years flew out the window with a nonchalant headshake.

Told the actress: The other bad girls–bad women–are the ones who like to be naughty, might go out and play and get hurt and then, you know…But the other thing about this is that it then blames the alcohol instead of the person who over-drinks. So it’s like, the same thing with guns. Guns don’t kill people; people kill people. Alcohol doesn’t get you drunk; you get yourself drunk.

Stacey Dash rape controversy

Reflected jezebel: Guns don’t kill people; people kill people. True.

Alcohol doesn’t get you drunk; you get yourself drunk. True.

Rape victims aren’t raped; they rape themselves/get themselves raped.

And of course there was twitter too who responded as well:

‘Stacey Dash is a whole new level of ignorant never seen in mankind,’

‘Stacey Dash is basically saying that if you’re a woman and toss back a couple of shots (…in college?) rape is how you ‘learn’ your lesson?’

‘Really tried it w/ the “guns don’t kill ppl,” rhetoric. Apparently rapists don’t rape women, women rape themselves. Appalled.’

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  • Fred Bastiat

    Thank you for the well considered rebuttal.

    I’d assert you’re presenting a strawman argument in that nobody is saying that the rapists isn’t 100% to blame for the cause.

    “I do think it strikes me as alarming that a woman can tell another woman that in the event she should find herself disorientated that a/ she can or may be raped by a man b/ that if such a thing did happen she was in essence asking it for not exercising caution c/ she removes the responsibility the violence of the act of rape from the perpetrator onto the victim.”

    Let’s unpack that argument for amount.

    a/ Why is it alarming to tell a woman that if she becomes drunk that she may be raped? It’s true that predators seek out certain environments. Pedophiles try to work or do charity around children. Rapists search for women who are vulnerable, running alone in secluded areas, becoming extremely inebriated. To advise otherwise is what’s alarming. Once a woman is raped she cannot be un-raped, the best that happens is a perpetrator is punished. So prevention is really the only reasonable and useful tool, everything else is noise.

    b/Leaving $10,000 in your yard might make you a victim of a robbery. You did not ask for it, you did not deserve it, but your money is now gone. The point of prevention is taking reasonable precautions to avoid harm and loss. Exercising Caution =/=A Change in Responsibility for the Crime. The Perpetrator is the responsible party.

    c/No responsibility is shifted when advising people how to avoid harm. Rape happens to be a sensitive issue in which third wave feminists are looking to profit their cause. So they have incentive to not help prevent rape. While I find Dash’s moralizing objectionable, she never crossed the line into shifting responsibility.

    My caution is that good advice to young women not be drown in the server to bash Dash for being a conservative black woman and therefore traitor to ‘the cause’. Personally, I find both Red Team and Blue Team highly objectionable, so if I have a bias, it’s not political but toward individual responsibility.

  • Fred

    To clarify I am neither a white night for the women’s movement or for the men’s movement. Causes that I care about extensively and in which i believe is always room for nuances and further discussion.

    What I find intriguing about Stacy Dash’s thoughts is the idea that one ‘ought to expect’ the possibility of rape (is that not condemning men automatically, to put us in such a heap basket?) by a man if a woman gets too unhinged and if such a thing were too happen it should land on her feet.

    I do think it strikes me as alarming that a woman can tell another woman that in the event she should find herself disorientated that a/ she can or may be raped by a man b/ that if such a thing did happen she was in essence asking it for not exercising caution c/ she removes the responsibility the violence of the act of rape from the perpetrator onto the victim. Nevermind the fact that the perpetrator initiated and manifested rape. Let’s remember Fred, no woman or man (cause it happens to men too) should ever be sexually exploited and if and when it does the blame must always and surely and forever lie on the hands on the perpetrator.

    I welcome any deeper thoughts you may have Fred.

    Scallywag.

  • Fred Bastiat

    Talk about clueless, author CHRISTOPHER KOULOURIS, is clearly not one you’d want advising your daughter on matters of safety.

    As the third wave feminists spin, spin, spin, inside their ideological echo chambers with hatred toward anyone who expresses individual responsibility when it comes to both sexes, the dangers of alcohol abuse get swept under the rug.

    It’s not complicated: If anyone drinks until impairs, then drives, or acts out in other ways, the consequences of the inebriated behavior may negatively impact the life of the drunk and the lives of others. Someone might be killed, a fight might start, a person may act our sexually and regret it. A person may even drink themselves into unconsciousness, in the company of the wrong person, at the wrong time, in the wrong place and be sexually abused, raped, kidnapped, or killed. The person drinking themselves into unconsciousness committed no crime, is innocent of everything except bad luck and bad decision making by drinking until they could not longer be aware of their surroundings or act in their own defense.

    Personal responsibility is not blaming the victim. There are violent actors in this world, people that kill and rape and act outside of even the most basic ethical code. To ignore your own safety does not make you a criminal, but it does make you more vulnerable to crime than a person who cares enough about their own safety to not drink themselves into unconsciousness.

    Mr. Koulouris presents himself as a white knight for women, while actively seeking to remove their agency and advise them to ignore their own safety – all to increase the volume inside the third wave feminist echo chamber.

  • gojinrickto

    i would so totally bang stacey dash. don’t care what she says – i bet she’s a monster in the sack! that bitch probably gives great head.